An Elegant Wedding Featuring Unique Florals at The Estate and Majestic Hotel

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Sara and Wey Han met 6 years ago via mutual friends. They hit it off instantly, spending four hours chatting away at a Mamak joint the first time they met.

When it came time to plan their wedding, Sara and Wey Han wanted to create a day full of memorable moments by pouring their creative efforts together. Aiming for a clean and organic look; steering clear of pastels, predictable and typical floral arrangements, the bride centred her vision around the cotinus plant to add a unique touch to the décor. The exquisitely sourced plant, also known as smoke bush, was flown in from Holland and arranged into mountains of fluffy layers. Wild looking blooms such as the pitcher plants, amaranthus, and gloriosa, completed the whimsical look, making an unorthodox statement at the centre of the lawn.

Sharing further about their wedding day, they recalled a tiny concern in the back of their minds prior to the setup of the venue. What if it rained on their outdoor wedding? As luck would have it, rain graced the end of the ceremony, adding a dramatic touch that they absolutely loved.

The setting of their venue felt like an upscale backyard wedding, providing an intimate and laid-back celebratory vibe the couple was gunning for. Guest were treated to a casual buffet dinner after the ceremony and for dessert, free flow of penang cendol and llao llao were on offer. For the after-party, Sara changed into a custom-made laced jumper, the couple’s first dance ended with fireworks which set the mood throughout the evening.

The reception dinner took place on Christmas Eve, the couple wanted to infuse some holiday spirit whilst avoiding the clichés of holiday decor. The event was all elegance and sophistication. The bridal party dressed in elegant “Christmas colours” to add a subtle festive touch, gingerbread man cookies served as wedding favours, which brought an element of whimsy.

The décor was set to fit the theme with reds and greens filling the hall, holly berries graced the table centrepieces, alongside anthuriums in matching colours. This time dark red roses took centre stage. A gazebo structure with flowers arranged in formation of creepers around the pillars was erected at the entrance to the ballroom. Green vines scattered in between the blooms, keeping the decor looking organic.

Among all the amazing vendors they worked with, one stood out—the international band Sara discovered during her bachelorette party in Bangkok. Bringing them in for the wedding was no easy feat, but Sara and Wey Han were determined to add an international vibe to their celebration. After the dinner, the band took the stage, wowing the guests with their incredible performance. It was a truly special moment that added an extra touch of magic to their day. Every detail, from the unique décor to the mesmerising live music, and attention given to the after-party spoke volumes about their desire to create an unforgettable experience for everyone involved.

The Estate

Photography: Yung Yaw by Munkeat Studio

Videography: Autumn Story

Planner: PeakXperience

Decorator: Donce Fine Floristry

Bridal Gown: Vintage, Badgley Mishka, Rime Arodaky

Bridal Hair and Make Up: Plika Makeup, Sharman Yee, Keith Styling

Bridal Shoes: Jimmy Choo

Bridesmaid dresses: Silk laundry

Groom’s Suit: WJ & Co

Groomsmen Suit: Vestio bespoke

F&B Catering: Define food, Wholly Spirits, Penang Chendul, Llaollao_my

Master of Ceremony: Matt Ong

Live band: Angel Ang

DJ: DJ Ken Master

Majestic Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

Photography: Yung Yaw by Munkeat Studio

Videography: Autumn Story

Planner: PeakXperience

Decorator: Donce Fine Floristry

Bridal Hair and Make Up: Keith Styling, Shiyo Joo

Bridal Dress: Pronovias, Brian Khoo, Oscar de la Renta

Groom’s Suit: Dior, Vestio bespoke

Live Band: Norwood Young

DJ: the_choobs

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